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confirmation. with me now steve clemens, editor at large for "atlantic" and has written things in support of hagel's nomination to the defense department and dan seymour and foreign policy adviser. gentlemen, welcome to you both. i couldn't think of two better people to do this and you both agreed. so, thank you. dan, i want to start with you, but i want to lay out this issue on israel and iran and i want to put up, we put together a few charts. sort of fuel for supporters and opponents when it comes to hagel and iran and israel. voted against iran/libya sanks in 2001 and blocked sanctions bills in 2008. he was in support of key nonproliferation bills having to do with sanctioning iran on nuclear weapons. as for israel, he didn't sign some letters of support of israel in the past. anti-hamas bill and voted for aid for israel as a senator. dan, why would you look at this record and say it's decidedly mixed for somebody who want somebody in there who wants nothing but always on the side of whatever israel wants the united states to do, he certainly is not a full fledged opponent of israel,
. be sure to pick up a copy of skeef w steve weiss's new novel. >> go gm long. >> i knew that. >> titan. buy it. >> more at 5:00 tonight. follow me on twitter. and "power lunch" begins right now. >> "halftime" is over. >> "power lunch" and the second half of the trading day starts right now. >> an unhedged hour of "power lunch." an hour filled with breaking news. in 30 minutes time we expect president obama to name jacob lew to replace timothy geithner. it the white house really getting serious on gun control? under way right now, vice president biden, at the chair's seat. we should have answered very soon. and new rules on mortgages. being announced today. we will highlight changes and explain how they could affect you. >>> first though, sue at the new york stock exchange. sue? >> ty, as you mentioned, president obama will announce jack lew as his nominee for secretary of treasurer. he staffers believe it will be approved. analyst say the president's pick is a sign he will move forward with planned economic reforms and do so aggressively. mr. lew served as coo of nyu and worked at citigroup
to washington -- >> who cared about the consumer. >> -- that steve rattner supported. >> i think i know where we're going. >> if only there were that person. you could just check them off. >> you know what? there is. >> steve didn't support him. >> absolutely. you are going to come around on elizabeth warren. you just are. who doesn't? elizabeth warren said this on the issue. aig's reckless bets nearly crashed our entire economy. taxpayers across this country saved aig from ruin. and it would be outrageous for this company to turn around and sue the federal government because they think the deal wasn't generous enough. steve. >> so i agree with elizabeth warren who's completely right. >> that's all i need to hear. you just made my morning. >> january 9th of the new session. >> check right there. >> it's amazing what a victory does. >> come on. >> something about 1,000 fathers and orphans. >> something like that. something like that. so i'm curious, mika. i'm reading "the new york times," as i do every morning. >> oh, yes. >> and i'm hurt. i am hurt because you always told me, and this is why, of
and do something. that's why i was sad to see steve decide not to run for re-electi re-election. we need republicans, more republicans that will stand in and say, yes, spending is the issue. we have to realize we need to have reasonable revenue in the mix. we have to look at everything. when it comes to spending, defense can't be a sacred cow. we need legitimate entitlement reform. i was on "the cycle" one of msnbc's shows, and i suggested raising medicare since we're living longer isn't necessarily a bad idea. the three progressive hosts, would you have thought i proposed treason to the american government. >> congressman, let me ask you about your next endeavor. politico pointed out, the republican party has a primary problem. gop primary voters have become so conservative, they are nominating candidates that are losing winnable elections. these should have been walk overs for republicans and would have given them a majority. christine o'donnell. ken buck, sharon angle, todd akin and richard murdoch. you add in that the right-leaning gop election for ate has attracted fringy candidates
joins us and steve liesman, our senior economics reporter. you worried, what are you thinking here? >> you know the problem is we're already starting to see the consequences and specifically we saw that in the quarters leading up to the fiscal cliff discussion, and really this is just another reminder, another round reminding the american people and the world just how much of an imbalance this u.s. u.s. economy has become with out-of-control government spending and removing any incentive for businesses to invest in the u.s. economy. these are different conversations. when we talk about the government shutdown as a result of breaching the cliff, this is on obligations already made, dollars already spent. the conversation that we need to have or include here is reining in future spending which is what the republicans are trying to do at this point. >> what do you think, steve? have we already seen damage to the economy with all this uncertainty and questions surrounding the debt ceiling and the fiscal cliff, or is there a point that you believe the debt ceiling fight damages the econ
." steve hartman shows us snow flakes that comfort and heel. faith salie struggles to create the perfect computer password and more. but first here are the headlines for this sunday morning the 13th of january 2013. today is the first anniversary of the giant cruise ship cost a concordia going aground off the rocks off tuscany. there was a mass and moments of silence for the 32 people who died. contractors trying to free the capsized ship said they need more time and more money to complete the job safely. france has raised its domestic terrorism alert level after taking military action in two african nations. french forces are backing soldiers trying to repel islamist offensive in mali. and in somalia french commandos tried but failed to rescue an intelligent agent held hostage for three years now. bicyclist lance armstrong sits down for an interview with oprah winfrey tomorrow. there are reports that he's ready to admit to charges of doping which he denied up to now and that he will apologize. eugene patterson the pulitzer prize winning former editor of the atlantic constitution died la
has new details on steve cohen. melissa: you are always controversial. charlie: here is what is interesting about steve cohen. in february, as they see faces a window of redemptions. here is what we know. fac officials are screaming to prevent massive reductions. they are currently contacting and holding one-on-one meetings with investors. they are essentially saying that despite everything, the investigation -- a wells notice has been given. despite all of that, they think that steve cohen we'll be okay. they may get a large fine. they think they are facing charges. they will not be indicted. it will not be a criminal case. keep your money with us. the bottom line is this, you do not know until february. investors essentially hate this type of controversy. some very large investors have put holds on the stocks. i can also tell you, steve cohen and these guys are very aggressive. they are out there trying to get large investors to stay with it. they will come out after the story. these are different one-on-one meetings. this is crisis mode. they think there is a very good lik
plan. steve liesman is here on what you are hearing. how concerned are they? >> there is concern and it takes two forms, sue. two separate fault lines that developed over the fed. you are -- well, that the easy one. the economy meeting what we call the substantial improvement in labor market quicker than others do. they are worried about substantial group in the balance sheet and adjusting it once they stave off inflation. here is what they said about three different folks with the fed. another group a few others say we need considerable policy. that is qe. but they frnt telling us how long it gez on for. this other group called several others that say it is appropriate to slow or stop purchases well before the end of 2013. they site concerns about financial stability or the size of the balance sheet. here is what i understood to be some of those concerns. big balance sheet obviously could lead to inflation. they could be at a loss or make payments to the bank. as interest rates go up, principal gez down. payment to banks would come from interest on reserve in order to sequester
with iran. steve hayes in the weekly standard wrote nothing something in his blog this week, which i will put on the screen. >> chuck hagel said nothing as far off the table but one that believe us in the prospects for negotiation. we have been ready to negotiate under the right set of circumstances with iran for the last several years with our friends and allies so, force is the table but i'm glad we have people like the president and like chuck hagel who will be very careful when you start throwing around the terms -- >> he says it's not feasible. do you agree it is not feasible. >> what is the not feasible? >> military option? >>> military option is always feasible, you tell me what the option is. are we going to blow up tehran or go after facilities that might be well pro-toerktd hidden? and i think bob gates, the previous secretary of defense, who pointed out the difficulty of striking these places is a real one. so any military option is feasible in terms of dropping bombs but what is the result of that military attack? with respect to the revolutionary guard, he has reasons fo
. >>> this sunday on "60 minutes" steve kroft examines how high-tech is replacing humans. >> reporter: bruce welty is ceo of quiet logistics. then tire operation was designed around the small orange robot made by a company outside boston called kiva and can now be found in warehouses all over the country. this is the order she's filling on this screen? >> yeah. in a typical warehouse she'd have to walk from location to location. that's the innovation here is that the product comes to her. >> reporter: and all of this is preprogrammed? nobody has to sit and tell the robots where to go? >> no. no. a lot of algorithm. a lot of time went into this. >> reporter: customer orders are transmitted from a computer through wi-fi that direct the robots guiding them across an electronic checkerboard with bar codes in the panels. if. >> if they're not carrying anything they can go underthe grid. we call that tunnelling. >> reporter: you'd think they would run into each other. >> it is fascinating. >> you can see steve's full report sunday night on "60 minutes." >>> some cities are now run
steve elman dorve and rich gayland. i want to start with this job per se. the chief of staff is described as the second most powerful position in washington. would you agree with that assessment? >> yes, the title doesn't describe the span of control that the chief of staff has. such as chief of staff of the white house but chief of staff of the executive branch and his or her span is enormously broad. let me say something about what congressman rangel said. >> let me get to that. we'll ask you about the fact that the president has gone through four chiefs of staff in four years. there are other people in high stress jobs, tim geithner at treasury, hillary clinton at state who stayed on the whole time. is this a reflection on this president or just how grueling and critical this job has become? >> i think it's a reflection of how grueling and critical the job has become and how tough it is on people. i talked to someone leaving the white house yesterday. i said what are you going to do? i'm going to get a job where i don't have to get up at 5:00 a.m. every day. it never stops
. but it is entirely possible that the house of representatives will approve a bill by representative steve stockman to do away with the gun-free school zones. >> and you would be happy with that? >> you are a good guesser yes, sir. >> where are they going to put them? >> well, when people carry a concealed firearm one doesn't know for sure and the element of surprise remains with the person concealed. which means that somebody thinking of doing something horrible doesn't know which person or persons might be able to arrest him. to stop him, and that is why our jurisdictions that have easy access to concealed carry firearms enjoy lower murder rates than say the gun control mecca of chicago, which does better than one murder a day. >> you are a very experienced man in your field. you have run your operation for a long time and people take you you are a leading member in the gun rights lobby. i'm going to give you one more chance before we finish to say how many gun murders you believed were in england in 2011. >> more important than the number of murders, and it doesn't matter how a murder is committ
. >> steve cohen, you disagree with the magnitsky act. do you wish congress hadn't passed it? >> i do for many reasons, but as you said in your introduction i think moscow and washington are sliding into a new cold war, which would be very bad for national security and the magnitsky act further poisons the relationship. mr. browder is right to a certain extent, but not quite as simple as he says. even though this may be this act just a lot of words, it will have consequences. for example, there are groups in moscow and in the united states that have a whole list of names that they want to put on this black list. there are even people who want to put putin's name on it on the ground that he abused civil liberties. what would that mean for the relationship between president obama and putin, if they want to have an urgent meeting, let's say in the united states about missile defense or syria. this is a kind of cold war atmospheric poisoning that we don't need at this time. >> william, what do you think of this adoptions issue? why did they choose it and what effect do you think it will h
. steve sweeney, a democrat, blasted christie recently saying -- i guess he prayed a lot and got lucky a storm came. i know you apologized for that comment, but do you stand by your sentiment that the governor has been using the storm for his own gain? >> not for political gain, but to hide his record in new jersey. he said i'm going to wipe the slate clean now because of the storm. before the storm hit, we had 9.6% unemployment. we had the second highest foreclosure rate in the nation behind florida. our poverty rate has increased 3%. you don't get to wipe the slate clean, governor and quite honestly, if this is your jobs package, it's not a good jobs package. the governor wants to paint a different state than what's going on. >> one thing i have to ask you about this is post crisis bumps happen. as distasteful as it may be, they do happen. it happened to rudy giuliani after 9/11 and president bush. to president obama after superstorm sandy, too. right? maybe the reality of it is good leaders shine in a time of real crisis. is that something that could describe chris christie? >> i th
. therefore, the outlook for qe is steve liesman. who we should note, of course, was hobnobbing with a lot of economists last week. >> simon, thanks. what i've been able to figure out is there are actually two separate fault lines that have developed over at the fed over how much quantitative easing to do this year. the first one is the easy one. some officials seeing the economy meeting the labor market before others. and look at this chart of the fed unemployment rate forecast for 2013. it shows those divisions really not that extreme. pretty solid majority. 16 of 19 members. they see the unemployment remain above 7.4% this year. that's probably enough to just fight qe for the full year. the more complicated split is among those who are worried about growth in the balance sheet and the fallout from trying to adjust it once the economy picks up. let's take a look at what the minutes said. a few members of the fed are in favor of asset purchases to the end of 2013. a few others, they would like to see considerable policy accommodation, but no specific time frame or total on the amount. it'
the keynote at replacing steve ballmer and bill gates. a mobile company is a keynote at a consumer technology show. what does that symbolize in terms of the direction the consumer technology? >> everybody knows a smart phones have become so popular. mobile computing, computing is going mobile so microsoft built the new windows on top of our chips for example, so it is just now we will see it enabling technology. in particular consumer electronics. tvs, game consoles, all those things we traditionally think in consumer electronics. shibani: you are sort of the brains behind that technology. it is sort of the meaning that the horsepower, the engine is the driver for things rather than the device. what do you think of that? speak we can go to the store and i device but we want them to get a little bit more about -- ashley: we go to the tech conference in las vegas and guess what happens. sandra: giving us the best. ashley: will be going back to ces in las vegas. liz claman will be talking with panasonic on what they have on tap to attract consumers. with new technology in their tv. sandra: they'
put in, one by representative steve stockman, outside of how often that would remove the gun-free zones that have been so much like a magnet to invite mass murderers into zones where they know nobody else will be able to shoot back. and, that, i think, is where the debate is likely to shift. are we really better off when we say no defense is a good defense? >> chris: i want to put up an ad gun control advocates have start running, against democratic senator -- new senator heidi hidecamp of north dakota after she said some of the president's ideas about gun control are extreme. mr. pratt, you see the ad there. will it work? can ms. camden and her allies, and they've suggested they can drive a wedge between people like you and the heads of the nra, and some of their members may not be as hard-line as you guys are on gun controls? >> well, i think the senator from north dakota is reflecting the views of the people that sent her to washington. so i don't think there is much room to drive any wedge, i think she is representing them faithfully and it is noteworthy that a democrat w
? >> that is something. some story, steve. thank you. >>> now, to the latest on that dramatic murder trial in arizona. prosecutors revealing crime scene photos they say proved jodi arias murdered her boyfriend in cold blood. they caused her to break down in the courtroom. abc's ryan owens is in phoenix with more on the story. ryan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, amy. the pictures were so graphic that were shown in court, the truth is, a lot of people couldn't handle them. in fact, we saw one member of the jury, wiping away tears. travis alexander's sisters shielded their teary eyes, as prosecutors showed crime scene photos of alexander's bathroom. there is blood everywhere. signs of a struggle. police say his one-time girlfriend, jodi arias, stabbed him, slit his throat and shot him in the head in a jealous rage. arias cries, too. she admits she killed him. but says it was self-defense. the medical examiner testified alexander's body was covered in stab wounds. and some were defensive. that he was fighting for his life. >> if you have injuries to the backs of the forearms or to the palms or
people and wounding 58 other people in the theater last july. steve barton was in the theater when holmes opened fire. i should say holmes is alleged to have opened fire. he has not been convicted in the case. steven was able to escape. he was shot. nice to have you back. we talked about the newtown shooting. nice to have you back again. tell me about your injuries in the shooting. >> i was shot in the shotgun basically in the face and upper torso and the neck. i currently still have eight shotgun pellets still in there. >> so when you hear about this hearing, which could be, if he doesn't stand trial, right, if he's found mentally inexcept, this could be the only opportunity for a lot of evidence in the case to come forward. how do you feel about this? >> i obviously don't want him to walk, but as long as he doesn't see the light of day again, it doesn't really much concern me beyond that. to me, i see the trial as being an opportunity to learn more about what happened that night beyond just my own personal recollection. >> what do you remember? is it like for you specifically, is it a b
and your readers, a piece for "atlantic monthly," go on the atlantic site, steve wrote a great piece from a credible perspective about senator hagel's relationship with the lgbt community. we will have a chance in senate hearings for on senator hagel to address this head on. i suspect maybe he is second only to rg3 this morning in terms of washington's bandwidth. i expect they will be well attended and highly viewed. >> not bad company to be in. a quick question on iran. that's a whole other category and lots of questions. if you look, a long record of opposing sanctions on iran. look at what the president has done, he has aggressively and increasingly ramped up sanctions on iran. seems completely contradict trooe ry on that front. >> he has a report of opposing unilateral sanctions on iran. he was supportive of multilateral sanctions on iran. they are, woulding to some affect. he is opposed to unilateral sanctions, because is he very clear on the threat that iran poses, and the danger iran poses, but he doesn't think unilateral sanctions are effective. he thinks they isolate the united s
to this movie from the marcellus shale corporation. steve forde "it's a complete work of fiction. this movie may run in theaters for several weeks, maybe a couple of months but the work of our industry is going to continue for generations to come." look obviously is the movie is a work of of fiction. but the science in the movie? is that fiction? >> well, the science of contamination from natural gas drilling and oil drilling and fracking is very, very clear. the industry has been studying how their wells leak and fail for decades. and they know that they leak and fail. and we've discovered those documents. and they're right there for the public to see. we know that 5% of their well casings fail within immediately upon drilling. and that 50% of them fail over 30-year period. >> okay. >> so this type of thing from the marcellus shale coalition is exactly what the movie is describing. that they'll come out and tell you black is white. >> i'm going to tell you, though. it's interesting. if you go into the state of pennsylvania to see this movie, that same group we were just talking about, the marce
for best picture. deadline.com's steve hammond points to a handful of contenders. >> "les miserables" is certain to be nominated. "argo" and "zero dark thirty" will be nominated. >> jennifer lawrence, bradley cooper and robert de niro, has endured an oscar dry spell. >> robert de niro has not been nominated for 21 years. >> among the possible nominees, one movie stands out as a question mark. what will oscar voters make of quinton tarantino's "django unchained" >> it could get a ton of nominations or virtually nothing. it's either or. >> reporter: critics have not been silent. some of them accusing tarantino of travelizing slavery. >> it's such a box office hit that could only hurt. >> reporter: the controversy should make for a suspenseful oscar nomination announcement. >>> and that announcement will come in just a few hours. we'll have it live here on cnn in a special we're calling "the nomination" this morning. that starts at 8:00. soledad and a.j. hammer will be in new york. i'll be here in los angeles. we'll have the oscar nominations live. now, we talked about best picture. you
coming up at 1:00 eastern time on msnbc? >> we've got tom ridge, senator bob casey, steve clemons, but we have the president of the united states and hamid karzai airing live at 1:00. >> sounds like an easy booking right there. andrea mitchell, thank you so much. >>> next, "the new york times'" gail collins joins us on set. keep it right here on "morning joe." ♪ aww man. [ male announcer ] returns are easy with free pickup from the u.s. postal service. we'll even drop off boxes if you need them. visit usps.com pay, print, and have it picked up for free. any time of year. ♪ nice sweater. thank you. ♪ >>> president obama will nominate his chief of staff over at the white house, jack lew, to be the next treasury secretary. >> it's going to be his signature, right, on the bottom of all our currency. it will look something like this. >> that -- that's your signature? or are you just testing to see if the pen works? hey, lew, here's a tip. stop signing all your checks on the teacup ride at disney world. the only way that you're allowed to have that as your signature is if your name is boi
. and the white house -- "the wall street journal" writer who sat with him, steve moore from the editorial page, said boehner looked battle weary. and he really took some shots at the president, talking about how he was overly ideological, quoting back how when he kept saying to the president, we have a spending problem, speaker boehner says that president obama said to him, you know, john, i'm tired of hearing you say that. whatever bond these two had over the fact that they both had difficult constituencies seems to be broken. >> mike allen going to be back in our next hour to talk dangling participles. >> gerunds. >> alex has the definition of gerund. he's going to tell a waiting america that definition now. >> a gerund is a form that is derived from a verb but that functions as a noun. >> oh, wow! i like it when you say it like that, alex. >> i think we've got a spending problem. >> that's weird. >>> up next -- >> and joe, mika, real quick, also just while i've been on the air, we've been told that along with senator hagel today, the president also will be nominating john brannen to head th
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